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5 Matching questions

  1. guile
  2. endemic
  3. plagiarism
  4. obnoxious
  5. stark
  1. a treacherous cunning, deceit
    Synonyms: trickery, duplicity
    Antonyms: candor, plain dealing
  2. b harsh, unrelieved, desolate, utterly
    Synonyms: sheer, downright, grim
    Antonyms: bright, cheerful
  3. c highly offensive, arousing strong dislike
    Synonyms: disagreeable, hateful
    Antonyms: agreeable, pleasing, personable
  4. d native or confined to a particular region or people; characteristics of or prevalent in a field
    Synonyms: indigenous, restricted to
    Antonyms: alien, foreign, extraneous
  5. e passing off or using as one's own the writing of another person
    Synonyms: piracy, theft

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. powerful; highly effective
    Synonyms: mighty, forceful
    Antonyms: weak, inept, feckless
  2. a route of travel; a record of travel; a guidebook
    Synonyms: schedule, program
  3. to refer to casually or indirectly
    Synonyms: suggest, insinuate, hint at, intimate
  4. not respectable, not esteemed
    Synonyms: disgraceful, shady
    Antonyms: honest, aboveboard
  5. serving to settle an issue; final
    Synonyms: decisive, indisputable, convincing
    Antonyms: unsettled, provisional, indefinite

5 True/False questions

  1. protrudea false reason, deceptive excuse
    Synonyms: pretense, cover story

          

  2. exemplaryworthy of imitation, commendable; serving as a model
    Synonyms: praiseworthy, sterling
    Antonyms: infamous, notorious

          

  3. misconstrueto stick out, thrust forth
    Synonyms: project, jut out, bulge

          

  4. superficialon or near the surface; concerned with or understanding only what is on the surface, shallow
    Synonyms: skin-deep, cursory
    Antonyms: deep, profound, thorough

          

  5. placidcalm, peaceful
    Synonyms: tranquil, quiet, serene
    Antonyms: stormy, turbulent